BY KERIM ULKER
The agricultural financial technology start-up Tarfin has entered the Romanian market.
The company, which entered the country’s market on April 7 by getting operation license, will focus on supporting Romanian farmers and agricultural input suppliers by merging conventional distribution channels with financial resources.
The agricultural fintech firm was founded in 2017 to support small-sized farmers in purchasing agricultural inputs such as fertilizers, feed, equipment, greenhouse materials, and irrigation system.
Tarfin, which collaborates with more than 800 authorized retailers in over 70 cities in Turkey, has provided and financed over USD 110m of agricultural inputs to more than 40,000 farmers.